It is known that the wireless charge is excessively comfortable, since it is only enough to leave the mobile device on a surface so that without wires it begins to fill in its battery. However, one of the main problems of this system is that it is slower than the one that provides cable charging.
But the manufacturers are already working on substantial improvements and one of them is the Chinese brand Xiaomi, which through a video released by the company's vice president, Chang Cheng, on the Weibo social network, where it shows how they manage to fully load a smartphone in just 40 minutes. As shown in the video with fast camera, with only 20 minutes 50% of the battery will be charged. This with a frequency of 4,000 mAh.
To get more or less an idea of how Xiaomi mobile phones normally charge: The standard of the battery among the Xiaomi high-end is currently around 4,200 mAh. These are the same ones that charge by means of a cable in about 60 minutes.
At present, the fastest solution that Xiaomi had presented was its Mi Charge Turbo system which, with its 30W of wireless charging, promises to charge a battery of 4,000 mAh from 0 to 100% in just 69 minutes. This system was integrated into your Mi 9 Pro 5G mobile device.
In declaration to Android Autorithy, the Chinese brand commented that on the market launch, "we don't have an availability schedule for the commercial launch to share from now on."
Xiaomi prepares for the launch of Redmi Note 9
The Chinese brand also announced the presentation of Redmi Note 9 on March 12.
The previous image that was launched by the social networks of Xiaomi, shows a configuration of four cameras arranged in a square matrix, and a configuration of four cameras as in the smart phones of laserie Redmi Note 8.
Brace yourselves for the biggest #Redmi product launch of 2020! ???? # ProCamerasMaxPerformance is going to be nothing like you have ever seen before! A new #RedmiNote is coming on 12th March! ????
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– Redmi India (@RedmiIndia) March 2, 2020
There is another photo shared by the Head of Xiaomi India, Manu Kumar Jain, which shows a phone in blue tone, the loudspeaker grill, the type C port and the 3.5 mm connector. The Redmi Note 9 also shows a 3D glass back that we have already seen in Redmi Note 8 Pro.
My main man @RanveerOfficial. Of course 9 ayega. And it & # 39; ll be here very soon. ????
Legend says that it takes only 9 secs to spot the 9 in this photo! ????
My fans, are you fast enough? Screenshot it & tweet with #ILoveRedmiNote!
9 12 time! #Xiaomi #Redmi https://t.co/i6IoQq82gO pic.twitter.com/qC9bIr8Hox
– Manu Kumar Jain (@manukumarjain) March 2, 2020